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‘D.P.’ Season 2 Trailer and Release Date on Netflix

Jun-ho and Ho-yeol return to apprehend more military deserters after a tragic tragedy flips their lives upside down — only to encounter unanticipated danger.

Bradley - Sun, 23 Jul 2023 19:11:22 +0100 3317 Views
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The first season of ‘D.P.’ was selected for The New York Times Best International Shows of 2021, and now the show is returning for its second season at the end of this month. Netflix has already revealed the trailer and premiere date for the six-episode second season of the Korean-language series. ‘D.P.’ Season 2 will release on July 28, 2023, on Netflix, worldwide.

In the highly anticipated Season 2 of D.P., Jung Hae-in, and Koo Kyo-hwan reprise their roles as the unlikely duo An Jun-ho and Han Ho-yeol, a pair of soldiers in the Deserter Pursuit squad tasked with tracking down South Korean men who attempt to avoid mandatory military duty. When we return to eccentric corporal Jun-ho and rookie Ho-yeol, they are still reeling from the tragic incident that concludes Season 1. The tables are turned during the course of Season 2's six episodes, as they return to duty, hunting down more defectors. One of the chasers suddenly becomes one of the chased.

The cast of the second season includes Jung Hae-in as Private An Jun-ho, Koo Kyo-hwan as Corporal Han Ho-yeol, Kim Sung-kyun as Sergeant Park Beom-gu, Son Suk-ku as Captain Lim Ji-seop, Cho Hyun-chul as Private Cho Suk-bong, Ji Jin-hee as Gu Ja-woon, legal officer, and Kim Ji-hyun as Lieutenant Colonel Seo Eun.

In Season 2, Corporal Han Ho-yeol and Private An Jun-ho have changed drastically after Season 1's shocking conclusion. A new tragedy suddenly rattles their unit, producing new shock waves and triggering a dramatic and intricate inquiry that drives most of Season 2's action. Meanwhile, the beleaguered D.P. squad continues to pursue more alleged defectors, leading them to unexpected places including a musical theater.

D.P. is based on showrunner Kim Bo-tong's webtoon D.P. Dog Days. Kim then adapted the webtoon for the series with co-writer Han Jun-hee. Because the series dramatizes and draws on some of Kim's own experiences of mandatory military duty in Korea, as well as news articles of actual events, much of the extreme verbal and physical abuse depicted in the series is based on true events. 

D.P. Season 1 captivated fans and critics alike with its unvarnished look at the terrible reality of South Korean military service, in episodes that alternated between humor and bleakness, silliness and tragedy. At the 58th Baeksang Arts Awards, it received multiple awards, including Best TV Drama.



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